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chairman and ceo mike jackson is joining us to talk about how much the auto industry impacted last night's election. we have traders at the new york stock exchange cme and nymex. what is this? what are the traders really pointing the finger toward on the reason for this? >> well, it is kind of tough. everybody wants to say it is because of the election. romney would be so much better. but secretly, probably a lot of people were hoping for romney. but a lot of people thought that obama was not going to lose this election. so i mean as investors you sort of have to build that into your calculations. when you're looking at things. but now we're going have to get back to business. there's dodd frank. there's the fiscal cliff. all that trouble in europe, starting to throw fire bombs. it is serious business. now we have to think about it. we have to go back to work. what happened happened with the election, let's now go. liz: exactly, what happened happened let's now go. crude oil now falling 4 1/2%, more than $4 at this point. natural gas down, rbob gasoline losing 10 cents. good for the cons
jackson jr., the son of the rev. jesse jackson holding on to his illinois house seats. of course he has been fighting depression to map out of public view for months now. and so the republican opponents thought, well, i might be able to unseat this guy. look at that margin. even with a guy who did not campaign. essentially being hospitalized about the public view completely you know, complete confusion. what's going on. no accounting for what he's doing. no accounting for the status of his health, and he still wins in the walk. as we go through some of the other races, we can look at the texas senate. ted crews will pick up this victory. that would be a very, very big win. right now, of course, really electrified republican conventioneers and talked about the latino appeal within the republican party. they hope that this will be a sign that latinos would gravitate to that ted cruises and others and say maybe the republican party is opening its arms to latinos and general. again, it remains to be seen, but that is a big pickup. a guy who was barely know a little more than a year ago movi
for spare change. thanks. attorney jerry jackson in democratic strategist. thanks to both of you. our holiday edition. first up, do you know how much you're spending on thanksgiving dinner? according to the american song bureau federation this year th average cost of a ten serving thanksgiving meal is $50. i do not know how this is possible. $50 for ten people, and it's up just slightly from last year which they say was $49.20. i want to know where these people are shopping? obviously i am shopping at the wrong store. >> ten servings? how big is serving? have you ever in your life but ten servings the estimate it once? >> i have to say this. first of all, first of all, we are talking about my favorite topic, food. number two among going to blow up your spot right now. you had a baby five months. how they look like that? >> only eight servings a day. >> you have the full authority. >> apparently i am. >> ten servings at her house might really cost $50. her servings. >> ten surveys. >> seriously. i could not believe it. peas in turkey. you made a buy. sweet potatoes in this and that. th
in the small town of san pedro, belize. how does something like this happen? defense attorney joey jackson joins me. we were talking about it during the comercial. this is crazy story and everybody is watching this. this guy -- >> in a pickle. melissa: what do we know so far? >> we know a couple of things. we know he has this neighbor and him and his neighbor don't necessarily get along. of course mcafee has these dogs and neighbor is complainining about these dogs. he filed a complaint with the local authorities. the dog were barking. the dogs end up dead, shot and poisoned. it gets murky after that of course. then if youisten to mcafee's version of events he says listen, i'm not going anywhere. i'm leaving and no, i'm not surrendering myself. normally melissa that would be perceived as consciousness of guilt, because if you're not guilty you go to the authorities say, hey, what do you want, i'll talk to you, what's the problem? he is saying this is such distrust with law enforcement. these guys raided my house in april. accused me of guns. dropped charges. they accused of distributing d
's happy, she doesn't care. it's all good. and we also had joey jackson. in case you ever wondered, it turns out that jobs like ceos and clergym, they are the ones most likely to have psychopaths working for them. these are professions least likely to attract those psychopaths out there. nurses, teachers, accountants. i don't know, i'm very suspicious of it. ceos in general, what is the deal without one? >> what about gop strategists? [laughter] [talking over each other] >> here is what concerns me. number two is attorney and number three is media, and number four is media. we sell our case to the jury. so i am very concerned. melissa: psychopaths in media? i don't believe that for a second. [laughter] okay, let's move on. what w tell you that there is shorge and liquor? apparently a warehouse was hit with a 10-foot tidal surge during hurricane sandy and they lost millions of dollars of its top shelf alcohol. they hope to have their business back in full swing with my mum. don't worry, it is all those people in new jersey. >> here is what i have to say. he is all over the place. i
smart guy, darrin jackson who was come from nordstrom's, come from best buy back in the good years, and in essence, they have retail shops for the do-it-yourselfers, for all things automotive, the aftermarket parts, the accessories, batteries, maintenance items, it has been a very strong company through the financial crisis because people stopped for a while as you know buying cars. but the do-it-yourselfer market has been very profitable. this is a company based in roanoke new jersey. can we see a full one year, two year? that way you can see how they have really been doing. again, a company now that has hired blackstone to explore the possibility of going private is something that yeah, that shocked the stock, that's why they had to absolutely halt it for the moment and then here you see the moment where it opened, spiking about a 12 full percentage point gain, not bad for advance auto parts. let's get to robert gray with your earnings preview. robert: thank you very much. we're going to check out the big names that are reporting after the closing bell. let's take a look how they
there by darren jackson, is that a same situation as do-it-yourselfer sore store fronts -- store fronts in the auto industry, but you wouldn't pick that one? >> pep boys is from the same dynamic that aap has that brought attention from private equity. like aap pep boys has real estate value. liz: now let's discuss the shorts. give me your favorite short name right now. >> instead of talking about specific names, let's talk about shorts. there's a few places as i mentioned a minute ago we like names from a short perspective, we like names that have exposure to autoparts retailing largely because of the dynamic of new fleet coming on-line and less of a need, less demand for autoparts. moreover, we also think that there's been crowding into names that are dividend plays. so names that are typically cyclical and economically sensitive that have been bid up to levels of very low dividend yields. liz: it is the old is it a dividend bubble, you peel it is a little bit -- you feel it is a little bit there. >> absolutely. liz: good to see you, stephen roseman, ceo and portfolio manager of thesis
's press secretary and attorney joey jackson. thanks o much for joining us, both of you. >> thanks, jenna. meliss aaron, i will start with you. this is a first but it's not, not totally unexpected. they're broke. what are they supposed to do? >> that's why you go to bankruptcy so the courts figure out who you owe first and who gets what money. you're exactly right they're broke. short of winning the powerball san bernardino has very few options. they have to cut services elsewhere to pay for pensions or raiseaxes to pay for the pensions. one way or another they will have to pay the bill. melissa: really? joey what do you think?. >> i think hes right. what is the smell? sweet smell of victory. ultimately i don't think municipality can get out of this. yes it is in federal court. the question becomes, does the federal government take priority, does the state take priority? back a long, long time ago, melissa when the atute was enacted for bankruptcy it has to be federal. state contract says you honor that obligation. i think states are sovereign. municipalities are sovereign. the fs will be
the desk", if only abc were really as easy as one two three. king of pop's older brother, jermaine jackson filed a petition to change his name to jermaine jacssun. liz: why? david: he said artistic reasons motivating for the change. the hearing is february 22nd before he makes anything official. seems like a big effort. prince was a much bigger one, remember that? liz: the symbol. next is money with melissa francis
jackson. have the use of their currency with a board of the ring? that happen to me academy voting? the life of high as the favorite. a real legitimate film maker. that will get a lot of malaise. lincoln will get some noise with daniel day-lewis and steven spielberg. about films and some other films like the director, all kinds of films that get nominations and awards but the big blockbusters, the big blockbusters may be the one that dominate the global scene for the next number of years because of the way the marketplace is developing. dave: russell crowe in lez miserables. >> those don't move the box office, just the awards. tracy: that is why we have you on. chairman and ceo, thank you. [talking over each other] dave: those big tax hikes ready to kick in at the end of the year have some big corporations worried. those corporations speaking up. find out what they're telling our elected officials coming next. tracy: why wait till you get the las vegas to party? we could have fun on the way to since city. we will tell you about a nightclub on wheels that could be in the tracks next
are jjoined by joey jackson and kendra smith. a food critic from "the new york times" to be discussing view to guy fieri about his new restaurant. he said that his margarita tasted like formaldehyde and look like radiator fluid. the same day the review is printed from "the new york times" had a party at that very restaurant. we think of that? when you think they would poison on their food? i mean, obviously, they are spreading -- i mean, i can't even. >> talk about mean-spirited. it is one thing to write overview. but to be objective and go off like that, what was the agenda there? to be hypocritical and have the party with all the people there. >> myuess is the author was about to get fired or something and he wanted to draw a lot of attention to himself. that's all i can come up with. but wouldn't expect that much. it's in the heart of times square. i wouldn't go in there expecting a culinary beast. >> what they did, it was unbelievable. and you scratch the surface. >> is the one oh, yeah, it was so long. they just torched them. torched him and torched them. i wrote the elevator with guy
jackson jr. who has been in a psychiatricward for last year won by over 70 percent in illinois. neil: he did not campaign today. >> and i bet you any amount of money his wife -- neil: richest getting this. barack, has won the state of ohio. the crucial state of ohio has now gone to barack obama. the only suspense will be in the margin because it is within a narrow margin you have room for litigation counting provisional ballots, recounts and all that. if it's outside the margin it didn't matter. by the weight, is mitt romney goes on to lose florida or virginia or both. again, with that when the president is now within eight electoral votes of being reelected. what do you make of all that? >> it is the culmination of what you and i thought we would be seeing it this point some time ago. it was funny. pretty clear that governor romney could have been the campaign manager. neil: it wasn't even close. that was like 73 percent. >> these are peculiar times in which we live. and, by the way, should have been talking to the romney campaign. >> always clear. >> i can argue with a single thing he
what lisa jackson, the head of the epa, has done. stealthy stuff, really. a little disturbing. more than a little disturbing. we have a government that is now basically saying that we will operate outside of channels, public channels. we will operate on the very same policy issues making the very same policy decisions, but we will do it out of the side of organizations and think tanks. of course, congress, itself. they are demanding all of these so-called other accounts. they are private e-mail accounts. lori: unbelievable. i was just going to say it is the latest in a long list of questions. especially, questions that came after the election. the petraeus affair. let's start there. lou: interestingly, that does not explode until he authorizes a public statement and a timeline for the cia. this all blew up i think it was 24 hours of his choosing to do so. it looks for all the world like a huge payback by the administration against him. it looks as though there has been a significant period of coercion. it is not out right blackmail against the cia director. he made statements that h
jersey yesterday, here is my take on that. i flew from jackson, mississippi to atlanta georgia, and from there to washington d.c. and that's as far as i could get my plane or train. to get to the new york area, i had to drive, and that tells you something. three days after the storm, america's biggest city was cut off. and heading north on i-95, mile after mile was dark. no lights in the houses. very few businesses opened. it was halloween, no kids on the streets. but then, the real shock arrived. gas lines, huge gas lines, and the service stations traffic was backed up for two to three miles. closer to my home, the only gas station at that was open had several police cars trying to control the crowds. in so many areas of new york and new jersey, there is no power for the gas pumps and where they have juice, supplies of gas are running out. and when you have no electricity in your house, no gas in your tank, and the temperature is falling, you are in trouble. now, hold on a moment. i was up very early this morning and drove into new york city. there were more lights on by the side of the
, mark gubicza, number 23, bo jackson, we know him 16, dennis leonard, 22 and dan questions send berry, 29 and willie wilson 26. he says it is coincidence. they use ad quick pick. that was no quick pick to score the winning digits. those are a lot of players. a lot of numbers in a town so close to where kansas city --. melissa: congratulations to them. coming up tonight on "money", lauren fix, the car coach, joins me to discuss the new warning out by aaa about e-15 higher ethanol gas. i will give you a hint. triple case, do not use it! that is no night at 5:00 p.m. eastern on fox business. aaa and the epa going head-to-head. be careful what gas you buy. lori: news you can use for sure. >>> another round of public bashes on the fiscal cliff. is there any chance to reach a deal before the new year? gerald seib weighs in with tracy byrnes and ashley webster next on fox business. don't miss it copd includes chronic bronchitis and emphysema. spiriva helps control my copd symptoms by keeping my airways open for 24 hours. plus, it reduces copd flare-ups. spiriva is the only once-daily inhaled
. jackson natural gas, not supposed to happen where we see close to the holidays but traders were shocked and natural-gas celadon, almost immediately, down $0.11 right now. another sign that a mild winter is in store for us which means record supplies and record supplies for this time of year. the other market is on fire earlier and everybody believe we would get the fiscal cliff, that is reversed after the john boehner comments, a very strong day. cheryl: nicole petallides at the nyse. you could call this the host with the most. to make money off of the company. charles: it is the hardware side and a host these companies and in the green room, i am telling you of the back this is not of value play, we are playing this high, looking for an up-front, a 63 ratio of three and 12 times books and in the market, the series bifurcation, and the retailers, this is what the street likes about it, a five year averaged growth, 19% from the industry. cheryl: harvard economics graduate, smart guy -- [talking over each other] charles: the green with embedded goes up -- dennis: putting himself in front
jackson jr. submitting a letter of resignation today and we will bring you the latest on this as the story develops. it is 15 minutes after the hour. let's check on the markets now as we do every 15 minutes. nicole petallides on the floor of the stock exchange. you got some tech movers down there today. nicole: we have some names to watch on a day when the nasdaq composite is up over one third of 1% so let's take a look at a couple names. salesforce.com be on the top and bottom lines so we're watching sales force as a winner and maintain their outlook for the rest of the year so there is a look at sales force and we will talk about hewlett-packard. yesterday we saw the stock tanking down 11% throughout the day. it it ten year lows and they have a write-down of $8.8 billion after their acquisition of autonomy which the software company acquired last year that the financials were not what they seemed to be. you have a lot of analysts jumping on board as well but here it is. hewlett-packard jumping $0.30 and was uu 2.5%. that does not the race yesterday's losses, and analysts cut their target
'antoni to a multiyear deal worth $12 million. former coach phil jackson had been rumored to be in line for the deal for the "l.a. times" said he was asking for part ownership of the team to return. '80s rock band def leppard setting up semipermanent residency in las vegas. british rockers fresh off the "rock of ages" movie. that is your "west coast minute." think we should go to a live show. dennis: let's do it. the biggest opening ever for a james bond film, talking 50 years and 23 movies. "skyfall" hauling a $90 million over the weekend, half billion dollars market worldwide. critics are calling it the best bond film ever with a great cast, dramatic death of a key character and too many shots at daniel craig. cheryl: i disagree, times are changing. a hot guy, totally changing the franchise, bring it on. dennis: become the biggest bond film of all time. about to go way over that. cheryl: he has really changed that franchise. dennis: it was terrific. cheryl: new york is living without homes, power and gas two weeks after hurricane sandy. we will be live in one hard-hit community. dennis: and to tak
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